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The Corrupt IAFF: Anders and the Wizard of Oz

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Dave Anders, Again Mr. Anders, a perennial supporter of Our Dear Leader, had this to say about Mack’s comment from yesterday: “Eric, again, the letter is not signed. If an IAFF member has criticism of the IAFF or our GP, surly [sic] he/she would not hesitate to sign their name and list their Local number. […]

The Corrupt IAFF: Mack Writes In

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A “Peek Behind the Curtain” “Eric, thank you for providing this blog, and giving people the opportunity to hear another viewpoint. Long ago I had the (mis)fortune of dealing directly with Shaitberger, my District VP, AND Pete Gorman. Until that point, I had no idea what went on at the IAFF. How would I ever […]

Leadership: The Press and the President

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All Hail Aurora To hear Donald J. Trump and his dwindling band of die-hards tell it, he is the first US president to feel the lash of the vicious media as they write away about his version of leadership and governance. George Washington, with his famous temper, is turning in his grave at the very notion. […]

IAFF Corruption: Ahoy Asks

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“What is the consensus of the local fire department’s Union elected presidents? Do they support Leader? If this corruption is going on, why wouldn’t one of these “Presidents” step up to be heard? Especially if Leader is worse than Hitler! Just curious.”                           […]

IAFF, GOP and Right-To-Work

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You Wanted It, You Got It Yesterday’s New York Times includes a feature story detailing how the GOP is now in full control of 25 state governments and 33 governorships and what that means for organized labor. They report that while politicians in Congress may be confused about what to do, no such disorder reigns in […]

Leadership: Trump and the Three Branches

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A President in Training It’s often been said that there is no real training for presidents, they learn how to do the job by doing it, a fact that can have messy consequences, at least in the early stages. Being a successful president clearly requires a broad range of skills including having a vision and […]

Leadership: My Favorite Royal Moment

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I was in Starbucks the other afternoon standing in line, when my time came I ordered an English breakfast tea which caused the lady in front of me to inquire if I was celebrating the Queen’s platinum jubilee anniversary or some such award, given to the longest serving monarch ever. I replied in the negative […]

Step Right Up: Your Jew Free Holocaust

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“An Incredibly Inclusive Group” Today’s news may be dominated by Trump’s bungled attempt to institute a religiously based ban on Muslims entering the US, but as New York Magazine (NYM) points out, the White House offered up a  “Jew-less Holocaust Remembrance” on Friday, a nice bit of airbrushing. Perhaps the team over at the White […]

Leadership: Department of Procedures

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Comey Freelances Last year, the FBI conducted investigations into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was Secretary of State which broadened into a related review of emails found on a device owned by Anthony Weiner, serial sexter and all-around douche bag. In both cases, Comey defied FBI investigative procedure when he […]

IAFF & the Jews: Mr. Alan Writes In

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“-Level 1 Antisemite: Wants a “Jew lawyer” because they’re devilish, making them good attorneys.  -Level 2 Antisemite: Doesn’t want a “Jew lawyer” because, even if their devilish ways make them good attorneys, they can’t be trusted.  -Level 3 Antisemite: Willing to dismiss good Aryan blooded attorneys because their names make it *possible* they’re devilish Jew […]

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